Multi-output power management ICs in infotainment systems: Page 8 of 8

October 30, 2013 //By Steve Knoth, Jeff Marvin, Linear Technology Corporation
Multi-output power management ICs in infotainment systems
With automotive infotainment systems being increasingly incorporating highly integrated and very powerful microprocessors and FPGAs, power management for these infotainment systems is growing more complex. A solution that helps to keep the designs simple is multi-output power management chips.
smaller and simpler solutions. High performance processors typically have a unique set of power supply requirements, including multiple high current and low noise rails, programmable sequencing and dynamic I2C adjustment. Therefore it is important to select the right PMIC to control and power them.

New products, such as the octal-rail LTC3676/-1 Power Management Solution for Application Processors from Linear Technology, enable system designers to exploit the full power savings and performance benefits of these new processors from Freescale, Marvell, Samsung and others across an ever-growing range of applications. The LTC3676/-1 solves many of the traditional problems associated with automotive infotainment system design, thus enhancing the modern automotive experience.

About the authors:

Steve Knoth is Senior Product Marketing Engineer, Power Products Group, Linear Technology Corporation.

Jeff Marvin is Design Center Manager, Power Products Group, Linear Technology Corporation

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